Doors open at Radisson Hotel & Convention Centre, Johannesburg, O.R. Tambo | News

first_imgRadisson Hotel Group has debuted its fourth brand in South Africa with the opening of Radisson Hotel & Convention Centre, Johannesburg, O.R. Tambo. The new addition further strengthens the Radisson presence in one of its key African markets and brings the South African portfolio to 16 hotels in operation and under development. – Advertisement – Located in an exclusive private location in Bredell tucked away from city life, Radisson Hotel & Convention Centre, Johannesburg, O.R. Tambo offers a peaceful stay with an array of exclusive facilities and services to satisfy the needs of both business and leisure guests. The hotel is a short 10-minute drive away from O.R. Tambo International Airport and is conveniently situated close to a range of activities and attractions including the nearby shopping malls, local coffee shops and restaurants and Kempton Park Golf Course, designed by Grimsdell & Kerr. Tim Cordon, senior area vice president, Middle East & Africa, Radisson Hotel Group, said: “We are delighted to introduce our fourth brand, the fast-growing upscale, Radisson, to South Africa and open the doors of our twelfth hotel in the country. – Advertisement – Natural colours and furnishings blend seamlessly to create balanced energy and enhance long-lasting, memorable experiences. Guests can stay connected with free highspeed Wi-Fi throughout the hotel and convention centre.The Radisson Hotel & Convention Centre, Johannesburg, O.R. Tambo is the ideal venue for business conferences, private functions, and weddings. OlderMadeira honoured with top World Travel Awards title “South Africa continues to be a key market for us with a robust pipeline of hotels scheduled to open within the next 24 months. “Along with our first convention centre in the country and second in Africa, we believe the new Radisson Hotel & Convention Centre, Johannesburg, O.R. Tambo is the perfect showcase to introduce the Scandinavian-inspired Radisson brand to South Africa.”This upscale, full-service hotel features 248 contemporary, spacious, and stylish hotel rooms with all the home comforts. – Advertisement – NewerDunn steps down from chief financial role at Gatwick – Advertisement –last_img read more

Etcyy New Long-Sleeve Sweater Top Is Perfectly Loose and Casual

first_imgThis casual knit top has such an easygoing vibe and will quickly become a fixture in any wardrobe. It’s incredibly relaxed and has a deep V-neckline that you can style to your liking. Wear it off the shoulder to one side or keep it secure in the front — it all depends on the look you’re going for.We’re thrilled that this knit top has a high-low style along the hem, which also adds to its overall wearability. You can team it with leggings, jeans or any other type of bottoms! In fact, you can even style it as a light cover-up if you live in an area that’s not quite as chilly as the northern region of the country.ETCYY NEW Women's V Neck Super Soft and Loose Fit Long Sleeve Pullover Sweater TopETCYY NEW Women’s V Neck Super Soft and Loose Fit Long Sleeve Pullover Sweater Top AmazonSee it!- Advertisement – Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services.Form-fitting sweaters are the move when we want to show off our figures — but what about those days where we’re not feeling too confident? Let’s be real: Around the holidays, we tend to cut ourselves a little more slack when it comes to indulging in our favorite foods (and skipping our gym sessions).- Advertisement – Get the ETCYY NEW Women’s V Neck Super Soft and Loose Fit Long Sleeve Pullover Sweater Top for $29, available at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 4, 2020, but are subject to change.Whenever your outfit needs a little pick-me-up, turn to this sweater. While it has the cozy vibes we crave, it’s far from frumpy. It manages to cut a flattering figure even though it’s oversized. Comfort is on the menu this holiday season, and this sweater is a must-order!See it: Get the ETCYY NEW Women’s V Neck Super Soft and Loose Fit Long Sleeve Pullover Sweater Top for $29, available at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 4, 2020, but are subject to change.Not what you’re looking for? Check out more styles from ETCYY NEW and shop all of the clothing, shoes and jewelry available at Amazon! Don’t forget to check out all of Amazon’s Daily Deals here!Check out more of our picks and deals here!This post is brought to you by Us Weekly’s Shop With Us team. The Shop With Us team aims to highlight products and services our readers might find interesting and useful, such as face masks, self tanners, Lululemon-style leggings and all the best gifts for everyone in your life. Product and service selection, however, is in no way intended to constitute an endorsement by either Us Weekly or of any celebrity mentioned in the post.The Shop With Us team may receive products free of charge from manufacturers to test. In addition, Us Weekly receives compensation from the manufacturer of the products we write about when you click on a link and then purchase the product featured in an article. This does not drive our decision as to whether or not a product or service is featured or recommended. Shop With Us operates independently from advertising sales team. We welcome your feedback at [email protected] Happy shopping! That’s why we look for garments that make Us feel comfortable and cute at the same time. Just because something is loose doesn’t mean it will appear to be boxy or matronly! That’s exactly why we’re obsessed with sweaters like this one from ETCYY NEW.ETCYY NEW Women's V Neck Super Soft and Loose Fit Long Sleeve Pullover Sweater TopETCYY NEW Women’s V Neck Super Soft and Loose Fit Long Sleeve Pullover Sweater Top AmazonSee it!Get the ETCYY NEW Women’s V Neck Super Soft and Loose Fit Long Sleeve Pullover Sweater Top for $29, available at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, November 4, 2020, but are subject to change.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

H1N1 FLU BREAKING NEWS: Health system strained; infected Argentine pig; first Iraqi, Serb, pilgrimage cases; native Canadians declare emergency

first_imgJun 25, 2009Rochester, N.Y., health system strained by flu patientsThe health system in the Rochester, N.Y., area is under heavy strain from a “very high volume” of novel flu patients, according to Dr. Andrew Doniger, public health director for Monroe County, which includes Rochester. In a Jun 24 report posted by the news site MPNnow, Doniger said people with possible flu should not try to see a doctor unless they have severe symptoms, such as persistent fever or breathing difficulty. He said the area had relatively few flu cases until the second week of June.[Jun 24 MPNnow report]Argentine pig tests positive for novel H1N1A pig in Argentina has tested positive for novel H1N1 influenza, the director of the country’s animal health and sanitation service, Jorge Amaya, said today, according to a Dow Jones News report. Because no animals have been moved into the area recently, animal health officials are exploring whether the animal contracted the virus from a human. Other hogs are being tested in areas in proximity to the pig, which has since recovered.[Jun 25 Dow Jones Newswire story]Basketball team brings H1N1 flu home to IraqIraq has recorded its first cases of the novel H1N1 influenza, in five women’s basketball players and their male coach, according to Agence France-Presse (AFP). The six returned from Chicago to Iraqi Kurdistan a week ago and have been hospitalized for monitoring since then, the Kurdish region’s health minister said. On the trip back from Chicago, the team passed through Amman, Jordan, where another player was held after she tested positive for the virus, the story said.[Jun 25 AFP report]Serbia plans restriction on athletes, reports first caseSerbian leaders announced yesterday that athletes attending the World University Games in Belgrade next month will be required to show a certificate saying they don’t have the new flu, the Associated Press (AP) reported yesterday. Athletes without a certificate will be quarantined. And today, the nation’s health minister said a 29-year-old Belgrade man who visited Argentina last week has Serbia’s first confirmed case of the illness, the Web site Balkan Insight reported.[Jun 24 AP report]Egypt reports first case linked to pilgrimage to Saudi ArabiaEgypt has confirmed its first novel H1N1 case in an Egyptian returning from a Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia, according to Middle East Online, which cited a health ministry spokesman quoted by the state-owned newspaper Al-Akhbar. The man was hospitalized in stable condition. Health ministry officials had warned of the dangers posed by the flu to millions of Muslim pilgrims traveling to Saudi Arabia.[Middle East Online report]Manitoba aboriginal groups seek emergency declarationAboriginal leaders in Manitoba have declared an emergency in their communities over the novel flu, and they want the Canadian federal and provincial governments to do the same, the Canadian Press reported. The emergency declaration permits aboriginal groups to divert money from other programs, and a similar declaration at higher levels would lead to increased efforts to provide emergency supplies and healthcare workers to hard-hit communities, said the leader of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs.[Jun 25 Canadian Press report]last_img read more

Experts push hard for early seasonal flu vaccination

first_imgSep 10, 2009 (CIDRAP News) – Today was the 12th year the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases (NFID) has held a press conference to discuss its expectations for the upcoming flu season, but discussions were far from routine, reflecting uncertainty surrounding the pandemic flu strain and the complexity of launching two vaccine campaigns.Kathleen Sebelius, secretary of the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), told reporters that it’s hard to make predictions about how the flu season will play out, but she said urging the public to get their seasonal flu vaccines—available now—is a good place to start. “It’s important to not lose sight of the fact that seasonal flu takes its toll year in and year out,” she said.The HHS expects 116 million doses of the seasonal flu vaccine to be distributed to clinics and immunization sites, she said. Yesterday, vaccine experts, in a National Influenza Vaccine Summit conference call, slightly lowered their vaccine production estimate from the 118 million doses projected earlier. They also noted some vaccine providers are having trouble getting the doses they ordered because of prebooking problems.Tom Frieden, MD, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), said 40 million doses have already been delivered to physicians’ offices. He said it’s too soon to predict how well the seasonal vaccine will match the circulating seasonal flu strains. In March, researchers from British Columbia identified a drifted strain of the seasonal H3N2 flu virus, the Canadian Press (CP) reported. In July, laboratory officials in the southern hemisphere reported finding a drifted seasonal H3N2 virus strain, according to another CP report. The findings raise the threat of a vaccine mismatch for the northern hemisphere’s upcoming flu season.”We’ll be tracking to see what happens,” Frieden said.Regarding the vaccine supply issue, he said that although there may be spot shortages, companies have ample supplies of seasonal flu vaccine.Influenza experts speaking at today’s NFID press conference had tough words for healthcare workers who opt not to receive their annual flu immunization. Gregory Poland, MD, a virologist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., who represented the American College of Physicians today, said, “It is an embarrassing fact that 60% don’t get vaccinated. I’m sorry, but it is not about you. It’s about the patients you’re privileged to care for.” The medical literature suggests that healthcare worker flu vaccination can reduce death rates in intensive care units by as much as 60%, he said.Poland praised California and New York for making flu vaccines for healthcare workers mandatory, and he urged other states and medical facilities to do the same. “This should be a priority for all institutions that take patient safety seriously,” he added.The experts urged the public not to be complacent about seasonal flu, despite the singular focus on the pandemic H1N1 virus. David Tayloe, MD, a pediatrician in Goldsboro, NC, who is president of the American Academy of Pediatrics, says parents sometimes see flu as just a nuisance. “But it can rapidly act savagely and fatally,” he said.Nancy H. Nielsen, MD, PhD, an internist in Buffalo, NY, and immediate past president of the American Medical Association, spoke to the importance of getting the vaccine out early and the key role physicians will play in the administration of both vaccines. “Public health is every physician’s second specialty. All physicians are going to be involved in helping their patients,” she said.She added that getting the seasonal vaccine into patients’ arms as early as possible will help free up physicians to assist in the rollout of the pandemic H1N1 vaccine when it becomes available in mid October.Tayloe added that juggling two vaccine campaigns “isn’t going to be pretty, but if we get the kids in now, then we can tackle the H1N1 vaccine later.”Cora L. Christian, MD, MPH, a family physician in the US Virgin Islands and a member of the Association for the Advancement of Retired Persons (AARP) board of directors, says she tells patients who see her while she has a seasonal flu vaccine supply, “I’ll give you what I have now.””The will of the physician to make sure it [flu vaccination] happens, to me, is the underlying message,” she said.See also:Sep 9 CIDRAP News story “Providers having trouble getting seasonal flu vaccine”NFID influenza portal read more

Chef Lionel Levy: Defend ancestral recipes

first_imgThe Croatian National Tourist Board, in cooperation with the Croatian Chamber of Trades and Crafts, organized “Croatian 365 Gourmet” workshops in Osijek and Zagreb.Thus, the workshop in Osijek was held on Thursday at the Museum of Taste, while the workshop in Zagreb took place yesterday at the Westin Hotel. The speakers at the workshops are top chefs Michelin Lionel Levy and Filippo Saporito, and the workshops themselves provide top educational content and information on world trends in the gastronomy and oenology segment, including marketing.”It is an exceptional honor for the Museum of Taste, as the best restaurant in Slavonia and the Danube region, to have hosted such an event, which was held in Slavonia for the first time. It’s a great feeling to cook together with top world names in the kitchen of the Museum of Taste “, pointed out Mirta Glavašić, marketing manager of the Museum of Taste.At the workshops, participants had the opportunity to listen to lectures on world culinary trends, local cuisine, modern confectionery, pairing food and wine, and restaurant management. Chef Lionel Levy from Marseille, talked about the preservation and identity of traditional cuisine and how to refresh the menu with modern techniques. His message was “Defend the recipes of your ancestors!”A strong message from chef Lionel Lavy that can certainly be interpreted as the philosophy of the whole tourism because that is exactly the very meaning of tourism. People travel to get to know new ways and culture of living, and authenticity is the very essence of tourism. “You must never forget who you are, what you are and where you come from and your skills with local products. I would not want Croatian chefs to make the same mistake as Italian or Spanish, who try to satisfy tourists and forget the tradition. It is important to protect and defend the recipes of your ancestors, otherwise they will get lost. I understand that you want to survive as a tourist, but you have to speak realistically to tourists”Said Lionel Levy, adding that French cuisine, although it has a huge tradition, was once strongly influenced by foreign cuisines, especially Spanish, but they managed to break away from those influences and return to their roots. Interestingly, the night before, Lionel Levy, was at a dinner where he tasted fish perkelt. This prompted him to modify this traditional Pannonian specialty a bit, and he mixed the pasta with fried bacon together with the cream in a blender, thus giving the fish perkel a new dimension.Chef Lionel Levy / Photo: Museum of TasteChef Filipo Saporito, whose last name is “delicious” in Italian. It comes from the gastronomic region of Tuscany and has Sicilian roots. It is crowned with one Michelin star. He stressed that we need to be open-minded and we need to look for inspiration in local foods and show our character through food. He emphasized that Tuscany as a tourist region has both culture and history, but that good food is still the main motive for tourist arrivals.Chef confectioner Yoan Dessarzin is an advocate of patience and passion for work. He believes that it takes time to gather knowledge and experience for a quality continuation of work and the creation of new desserts. Gabriel Vasquez, a gastro-marketing consultant, also joined us, emphasizing that we need to convey the real moment of our everyday life in the restaurant. He pointed to the marketing power of social media and how we can portray emotion through a story that portrays our vision and the values ​​represented.The sommelier Mira Šemić and Sandi Paris, a four-time winner of the national championships of the best sommelier, who represented Croatia at numerous European and world sommelier competitions, also participated in the workshop program. By the way, the Croatian National Tourist Board organized the same workshops in Split and Opatija in June, and now it has completed a whole cycle of excellent workshops in Osijek and Zagreb.Authors: Mario Jukić / HrTurizam.hrlast_img read more

Days of work in tourism in Osijek, Zagreb and Split

first_imgAfter successfully holding the first Tourism Job Days 2017, which brought together over 110 leading employers in tourism and hospitality and with over 14.000 visitors looking for seasonal employment, this year the event will be held in Osijek, Zagreb and Split during January and February.The first event will take place January 17 in Osijek in the Sports Hall Gradski vrt in Osijek (23 Kneza Trpimira Street) from 09:00 to 15:00. Business Days in Tourism will continue January 26 in Zagreb in the Congress Hall at the Zagreb Fair (Avenija Dubrovnik 15) from 09:00 to 15:00. The final event will take place February 2 in Split at the Gripe Sports Center (Osječka 11) from 09:00 to 15:00.Job Days in Tourism is a project organized by the Ministry of Labor and Pension System, the Ministry of Tourism, the Croatian Employment Service, the Croatian National Tourist Board, the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, the Croatian Chamber of Trades and Crafts, the Croatian Employers ‘Association and the Hotel Employers’ Association. tourism and employment opportunities provided by the tourism sector.Related news: INVITATION TO EMPLOYERS TO EXHIBIT AT TOURISM DAYS 2018last_img read more

Well done to Aminess! They introduced the products of local family farms into their gastronomic offer

first_imgIt is interesting how the whole project is imagined in Aminess. Namely, local menus of family farms will be present on the menus, and members of the Aminess gourmet team will additionally present the offer of food and drinks to the guests. Croatia in a bottle presents an offer of drinks, from indigenous wine varieties and brandies and spirits to wild and tame ingredients from untouched nature. After the drink, it’s his turn Croatia on a plate, offering flavors of regions where the Mediterranean intertwines with the continent. Olive oils, delicious fish and shellfish, prosciutto and cheese, truffles and national specialties made from local ingredients are just some of the gastronomic trump cards from the menu. The Aminess Maravea Camping Resort also has a bakery that unites the segment Croatia on the shelf. Among products such as golden cereals, honeys of irresistible floral notes, marmalades made from healthy locally harvested fruit and dairy products from cows and sheep grazing on the nearby glades, everything is finally well rounded off with an offer of homemade food from local family farms. Yes, this is how tourism is strategically and sustainably developed, and not to encourage imports through tourism. Tastes of Croatia project  The idea came from the project Aminess Gourmet Lab, led by chef David Skoka, who aims to educate young chefs, waiters, bartenders and other members of the Aminess gourmet team. With this concept of promoting Croatian indigenous products, Aminess wants to offer its guests the best gastronomic experience.  Guests of Aminess hotels and camps will thus have the opportunity to get acquainted with Croatian gastronomy through three segments of the restaurant offer – Croatia on the bottle, Croatia on the plate and Croatia on the shelf. Travel company Aminess has launched a project called “Tastes of Croatia” with the aim of offering guests of all a la carte and boarding houses restaurants in their hotels and camps a special gastronomic experience with exclusively domestic products of selected regional producers and family farms. Photo: This must be our vision of the bend, ie it should have been set a long time ago. This is exactly how Blue and Green Croatia are connected. Just imagine how much is the daily need of, say, Pula or Split for home-made eggs? And monthly? Here we are talking about the number of over 100 thousand eggs… How many family farms should be included only for the production of eggs for tourism in each city. Not one large company, but thousands of small family farms, which would employ 3-5 employees, stay in rural areas, develop as a supplement to rural tourism (the example of Tuscany). This offer will soon be introduced in other Aminess hotels, and in the summer months the offer will be extended to fresh fruits and vegetables. Aminess has launched the Tastes of Croatia project. Well done to Aminess. A great rounded story, which I hope will only grow in the context of involving more and more local family farms. At the moment, through the morning and evening menu on the buffet tables in the Aminess Maestral hotel, the Tastes of Croatia project includes producers Agro Cluster with products from Vukovar-Srijem County, Histris with homemade Istrian meat delicacies without gluten, soy and lactose, Fishermen’s Cooperative Istria with specialties made from freshly caught fish from the Adriatic Sea, and OPG Orbanić with a family tradition of preparing cheeses and dairy delicacies made from milk from Istrian pastures. Exactly what is the very essence of tourism, because guests want to try something new and different, they want to try authentic gastronomy. And it is through incredible diversity and authenticity that Croatia can and must position itself in this segment. Also, it creates a healthy and sustainable system, stimulates the local economy, and we are based on quality through fresh, home-grown food. last_img read more

Inspections across the Adriatic found numerous violations

first_imgThe inspections carried out on July 20 in Umag in two cases temporarily banned the performance of activities, sealed one facility, and established illegal work in the other. In 136 coordinated inspections on Vis, 135 violations of regulations were established, in which, among other things, 55 kilograms of products of animal origin were destroyed and 68 fines were collected on the spot. Some offenders were fined immediately, and some received misdemeanor charges and sad motions. There were cases in which apartments were sealed and restaurants closed, and those who had minor omissions were ordered to correct them. Regulations were violated everywhere – from Vis, through Hvar, Brač, Pag, Split, Vir, Kornati, Poreč, Umag, Rab to Dugi otok. On Hvar from August 08 to 10, 145 violations of regulations were found in 128 inspections. From 25 to 27 July, 38 irregularities were found in 41 sanitary inspections on Brač, while 122 violations of regulations were found in 115 inspections on Dugi otok During the two-day inspections on the Kornati islands, Pag and Rab, numerous violations were established, fines were collected on the spot and work prohibition measures were implemented. In Vir, there were 149 irregularities in 77 inspections of landlords, 45 misdemeanor measures were imposed and five apartments were sealed. Inspection in nautical tourism In 54 inspections of nautical tourism vessels, sanitary inspectors found 75 deficiencies. center_img Also, 75 kilograms of products of animal origin without declaration were destroyed, as well as those of unknown origin. The Sanitary Inspection recorded violations related to the activities of workers without sanitary books and the passed minimum hygiene course, non-implementation of the food self-control system, food without a declaration and unsatisfactory sanitary and technical conditions in catering facilities. The report on the coordinated inspections of the State Inspectorate revealed numerous violations of regulations – from non-compliance with minimum conditions in kitchens and toilets, through employees without sanitary books, non-implementation of food self-control system, confiscation of non-originating meat, to non-reporting of health and pension insurance workers. sheet. Source / photo: Vecernji listlast_img read more

400 American travel agents are coming to Croatia

first_imgIt is a unique opportunity to position both Dubrovnik and our entire tourism on the American market. An opportunity not to be missed. In December, about 400 American travel agents are expected to arrive in Croatia as part of the ASTA Destination EXPO 2020, which will be held in Dubrovnik from December 03rd to 07th. Americans are the second most numerous in Dubrovnik According to the eVisitor tourist check-in and check-out system, not including nautical data, Dubrovnik generated 2019 million arrivals in 1,44 – 13 percent more than in 2018, and 4,4 million overnight stays, which is 6 percent more than the year before. . ASTA is the largest association of travel agents in the world with over 12 travel agents in the United States alone, and they have a major impact on travel trends. ASTA “Destination Expo” is a conference held once a year outside the United States with the aim of promoting the host country, and this year it is Croatia. During the meeting, a fair will be organized, as well as business meetings where it will be possible to directly negotiate deals in the sale of arrangements in the United States.  Photo: The Mayor of Dubrovnik, Mato Franković, emphasized that this is the first time that such a conference has been held in Croatia, and that it is extremely important that it takes place in December. “I certainly expect even better interest and the arrival of American tourists after the ASTA, which is one of our most important markets. With the direct US-Dubrovnik airline we have, we can certainly expect growth in arrivals from the US market in the future. ” Director of HIT Dalmatia, Jurica Glavina presented the working part of the conference, Trade Show, but also B2B, where participants will be able to directly negotiate business and thus increase the number of visits to Croatia, and said that they will work on the strategic goals of Croatian tourism.center_img That this is a great opportunity for Croatia’s positioning on the American market is sufficiently indicated by the fact that after the ASTA Destination Expo in Greece, 60% of tourist growth from the USA was recorded. The official organizers of the event are ASTA and AmCro Travel in partnership with the City of Dubrovnik and the Dubrovnik Tourist Board as sponsors, and partners the Croatian National Tourist Board, the Dubrovnik-Neretva County Tourist Board, HIT Dalmatia and Elite Travel. Robert Duglin, Vice President of ASTA, pointed out that Dubrovnik and Croatia are high on their list, because Croatia offers a lot, from wine, food to history. “During the conference, American agents will learn how to sell Croatia as a destination, and stressed that it is an association with more than twelve thousand members, realizing 83% of sales of all trips in the United States and 60% of trips outside the United States.Duglin pointed out. Miro Drašković, Commercial Director of Elite Travel, emphasized that the American market is the most desirable market and that participants will spend almost two weeks, before and after the conference, on trips throughout Croatia, from Dubrovnik and Konavle to Advent in Zagreb, “truffle hunting” and cheese tasting in Istria. The most numerous tourists in Dubrovnik in 2019 were traditionally British, followed by guests from the USA, Germany, France and Spain. Find out more about the program and registration herelast_img read more

Mali Lošinj received recognition for responsible tourism management

first_img/ / / Lošinj Tourist Board made an “Insurance Policy” for guests in the case Thus, the Mali Lošinj Tourist Board received recognition for the protocol that it devised in cooperation with the City of Mali Lošinj, the Epidemiological Service and other stakeholders in the destination in case of suspicion of COVID-19 infection. / / / DALIBOR CVITKOVIĆ, TZ MALI LOŠINJ: WE ARE MUCH SMARTER AND READY FOR THE CHALLENGES OF TOURISM IN THE TIME OF CORONAVIRUS As we have written, the plan envisages a kind of “Insurance policy”, That is, monetary compensation for the damage to the tenants of private accommodation and the costs of self-isolation of the guest, quick coordination of the authorities in case of suspicion of infection, as well as safe return to the home country.” Photo: Lošinj Tourist Board And how they are preparing for next year on Mali Lošinj, find out in a recent interview with Dalibor Cvitković, below in the attachment. In addition to the above, the award was given for the unique FERRY FREE action in which everyone participated – from large tourist organizations to small renters. All guests who stayed on the island of Lošinj for more than 7 nights in commercial accommodation in September received a reduction in the final accommodation bill in the value of the return ferry ticket. / / / Mali Lošinj Tourist Board co-finances return tickets for the ferry – FERRY FREEcenter_img “The Tourist Board of the City of Mali Lošinj is recognized as a driver of change that leads to making tourism more sustainable by taking responsibility for reducing the negative and increasing the positive effects of tourism”Concludes Cvitković. This year, due to the pandemic caused by the coronavirus, the award ceremony was held online and the fair itself took place from 9 to 11.11 November. maintained virtually, for the first time in 40 years. Encouraged by the situation, the judges decided to commend the companies and destinations taking responsibility and address the global COVID-19 challenge and highlight the companies and destinations that have taken responsibility and addressed the many challenges of this pandemic. “Responsible tourism is what we do together in a destination to achieve a goal. The term “sustainable” is too often used only in an abstract sense. Sustainability is ambition, and responsibility requires us to show what we do to make tourism better and to be more transparent in what we achieve, together”Dalibor Cvitković, director of the Tourist Board of the City of Mali Lošinj, pointed out The Responsible Tourism Partnership has been awarding the WTM Responsible Tourism Awards for years as part of the World Tourism Fair in London. Among the prominent ones this year was the Tourist Board of the City of Mali Lošinj for responding to the challenges caused by the COVID-19 virus.  Cover photo author: Sandro Puncetlast_img read more